Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Holz I 33
Recognition/Aquinas: "For everything that is ordered to a goal, the rule of its governing and order must be taken from the goal." ((s) The thought to be thought determines the thought).
HolzVsAquinas: thus, the method of recognition and the order of the concepts must be determined by the object. This is naively realistic!
According to Descartes, that is to say, if everything is doubtful except thinking itself, the method and order of the concepts must be determined from the point of view of thinking.
Thus, it is possible that the world is posited only by the form of our thinking (Husserl).
Husserl: "The natural ground of being is secondary in its self-validity and presupposes the transcendental."

Lei I
H. H. Holz
Leibniz Frankfurt 1992

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